Right now we share a rare endorsement of a blogger with whom we don't often agree.
But consider this . . .
TKC readers are searching for content, perspectives and insight far outside of the mainstream. The same impulse to ban books would apply to any "alternative" view of news, discourse and educational material. Even if it's remarkably frivolous like our hottie-powered endeavors.
With that, we'll let this prolific local scribe make his own arguments which probably won't persuade people who haven't already made up their minds.
Check-it . . .
"Oh, heavens. We don't want our children to imagine that there's more than one way to think about things or that there could possibly be conflicting beliefs about faith, do we? Well, yes, we do. Locking children in protective cocoons will simply cause enormous problems later -- problems like we're already experiencing from people who are convinced that they alone have (or their religion alone has) all the answers."
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In a country that historically has respected religious freedom, it's been important to keep religious teachings out of public schools. Well, let me rephrase that. It's been important for public schools not to advocate on behalf of any religion or...